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1994. Audio Renaissance Tapes.
Written By Max Brand.

Read By Barry Corbin.

Three men came over the horizon. Rance Tucker, a rancher, guided his buckboard through the pass, a double-barreled shotgun by his side. Up the valley rode Tom London, a high-stakes gambler who always seemed to lose more than he won. The third, Barry Home, walked in over the flats from the railroad. Barry had once been an ordinary cowpuncher and a good-natured jester. Now he was tempered and hardened by a stretch in prison for a crime he hadn't committed. Home, Tucker and London are all headed for a violent confrontation in the town of Loomis - and not all of them will live to see the morning.

 


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"...What you mean coming out like this Lou? Your place is back at home..."   614 Kb   115 Kb.   0:39
             
"...But you don't know what Barry Home can do when he gets started..."   760 Kb.   142 Kb.   0:48
     



"
Barry Corbin is a Max Brand hero incarnate. His reading is so easy to listen to you don't want these short stories to end.
Craven outlaws, bloodthirsty bandits and, of course, beautiful women are all portrayed equally well in
Corbin's resonant voice. Character accents and genders are easily identified."
- S.C.A. AudioFile Magazine, March 1996.

"Listeners who enjoy the nearly lost art of storytelling will treasure this collection of Max Brand stories written in the 1930's. Perhaps a generation of new listeners, especially young adults, will also get to know these classics.
Actor
Barry Corbin is the perfect reader for the material. He has a tough gravelly voice, and his delivery and pacing lure the listener into the atmosphere of the turn-of-the-century West of bloodthirsty bandits, brave cowboys and beautiful women."
- B.V. AudioFile Magazine, March 1996.


Category: Western.
Running Time: 90 Minutes. Dolby Stereo.

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